Presidential Candidate Promises ‘New Era Of Transparency’ on 9/11 And UFOs

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Independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. promised American’s a “new era of transparency” if they vote him into office.

He took to social media on Friday to give his hot take on a recent “60 Minutes” segment, which revisited whether Saudia Arabia was involved in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

“It’s hard to tell what is a conspiracy theory and what isn’t. But conspiracy theories flourish when the government routinely lies to the public,” Kennedy tweeted.

“As President I won’t take sides on 9/11 or any of the other debates. But I can promise is that I will open the files and usher in a new era of transparency.”

In a follow-up post, Kennedy said the CBS show’s report, which centered around on newly unsealed footage showing a Saudi intelligence officer shooting video at the U.S. Capitol in 1999, was “sparking all kinds of speculation” on the social media platform.

In a third post, he said that speculation about government cover-ups is common outside mainstream political circles and noted that the public’s “Trust [in the] government is at an all-time low.”

“The way to restore that trust is through honesty and transparency,” which he promised would included resolving questions about 9/11, UAPs, and other controversial subjects. “I am personally agnostic on those issues. My issue is TRANSPARENCY.”

The Saudi government has consistently denied any involvement in the 2001 terrorist attacks. The 9/11 Commission found no evidence that Saudi leaders were behind the attacks killed 2,977 people, but acknowledged that Saudi nationals were crucial to funding Al Qaeda.

The U.S. government has maintained that Al Qaeda and its leader Osama bin Laden were behind the attacks.

This was not the first time Kennedy questioned the official account of 9/11. In a podcast interview last fall, he hesitated to acknowledge that he accepted the 9/11 Commission’s report.

“I don’t always accept official explanations,” he told “In the Room” podcast host Peter Bergen. “There’s strange things that happened on 9/11.”

“I don’t know what happened on 9/11. I mean, I understand what the official explanation is, I understand that there is dissent,” Kennedy said at the time. “I have not looked into it. I haven’t examined it. I’m not a good person to talk to about it.”

Kennedy’s remarks come after a Vanity Fair article highlighted his past drug use, allegations of sexual assault, and claims that he ate dog meat.

In a subsequent interview, he denied eating dog meat, avoided questions about the assault, and acknowledged a troubled past.

On Tuesday, he told ex-CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, “There’s three things I wouldn’t eat – I wouldn’t eat a human, I wouldn’t eat a monkey, and I wouldn’t eat a dog.”

“I think I’d eat anything else, but I just couldn’t bring myself to do those things, so it is a goat and you are what you eat,” Kennedy quipped.

Kennedy has been open about his imperfections, stating, “I am not a church boy,” and jokingly remarked, “I have so many skeletons in my closet that if they could all vote, I could run for king of the world.”

3 Comments

  1. I think Biden was going to be “transparent,” too, as has every Presidential candidate I can recall from the past 70+ years. Not a one of them has been, and I have no real thought that this is going to change.

  2. This is a great way to make a flashy headline…
    and, to get yourself Arkancided!
    If you were even a blip on the election radar, you’d be a target!

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